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THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEI

"U Gives Summer Grants

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Registration of Christmas and post-
caroling parties for the week preced-
ing Christmas vacation will be accept-
ed in the Office of Student Affairs,
2011 SAB, through Dec. 12 and will be
announced in the D.O.B. on Sunday.
Chaperons may be a qualified single
chaperone or a qualified married
couple. Women students should note
the following exception to the regular
closing hours as announced in Women's
Rule, Womens Judiciary Council
"Twoweek nights preceding the day
Christmas and spring vacation begins
-11:00 pm." The closing hour for
events registered for Dec. 17 and Dec.
18 may be extended accordingly.
International Center Tea: Thurs.,
Dec. 4, 4:30-6:06 p.m. at the Interns-
tional Center.
Omega Chapter, Phi Delta Kappa:
Regular meeting Wed., Dec. 3, 7:40 p.m.
In the W. Conf. Rm., Rackham Bldg.
Speaker, Dr. Peter Manniche, Principal
Emeritus. International People's Col-
lege, Elsinore, Denmark. This is a spe-
cial meeting with the Social Founda-
tions Club.
Agenda, Student Government Coun-
Cl, Dec. 3, 1958.
Minutes of previous meeting.
Officer reports: President, letters;
Executive Vice-President; Administra-
tive Vice-President, Petitioning, Ap-
pointmen t, Interviewing and Noinnat-
Lng;Treasurer.
International Week Report.
Standing Committees: National and
International, Seminars, Free Univer-
sity of Berlin; Public Relations; Edu-
cttion and Student Welfare, Chairman-
ship; Student Activities Committee,
Petitions for consideration; Election
Report-
Old Business.
New Business.
Members and constituents time
Announcements.
Adjournment.
Lectures
Lectnr by Dr. Peter Manniche, of
Elsinore, Denmark, on "Folk High
School of Denmark," originally sched-
uled for Tues., Dec. 2, will be given on
Wed., Dec. 8 at 1:30,IX Conf. Rm.,
Rackham Bldg.
The second in a series of readings by
members of the Dept. of English will
be givep by Prof. Fred G. Walcott on
the afternoon of Thurs., Dec. 4, Aud.
4, 4:10 p.m. All interested persons are
i*vited.
Academic Notices
Applied Mathematics Seminar: Dr.
David 8. Greenstein will continue his
talk, "Application of Orthonomal Sys-
tems to 'the Solution of Conformal
Mpping and Extremal Problems,"
Thurs., Dec. 4, 4:00 p.m., Rm. 246 W.
Eng. Bldg. Refreshments will be served
at 3:30 p.m. in Rm. 274 W. Eng. Bldg.
toregn Student Scholarships: Ap-
plication blanks may be obtained at the
International Center. Applications must
be turned in to the appropriate Com-
mittee member by Dec. 17. The For-
Sign Student Scholarship Committee
will meet on Dec. 18 to award scholar-
ships.
Application blanks for Phoenix Pre-
doctoral Fellowships for 1959-60 are
available in the Graduate School Of-
fice. Applicants should be well ad-
vanced in their graduate studies and
should present plans for research or
graduate study leading to research in
some field dealing with the applica-
tions or implications of atomic ener-
gy. Research projects may be in the
fields of nuclear physics and chemis-
try, in the use of radiation or fission
products in the medical and biological
sciences or on the effect that atomic
energy developments will have on gov-
ernnent, economics, philosophy and
culture. Competition will close Feb.
1, 1959.,
Doctoral Examination for Daniel Al-
=n Naymik, Physics; thesis: "A 60 Mev
'leotron Scattering Measurement of
the Nuclear Radii of Aluminum, Cop-
per and Tungsten," Wed., Dec. 3, 1038
Randall Lab., 1:30 p.m. Co-Chairmen,
. R, Crane and J.H. Fregeau.
Doctoral Examination for Harold
Vaughn Whited, Speech; thesis: "A

Rhetorical Analysis of the Publishe,
Sermons Preached by John Wesley at
Oxford University." Thurs., Dec. 4,
E. Council Rm., Rackhanr Bldg., 2:0
p.m. Chairman, G. E. Densmore.
Placement Ntices
The following schools have an-
nounced teaching vacancies for the
second and fall semesters. They will
not be here to interview at this time.
Batte Creek, Mich. (P enn f ie ld
Schools) - Elementary (Jan.)
Beaver Dlam, Wis. (Wayland Acade-
my)-- English, Foreign Language,
Math, Science (Sept.).
Berkley, Mich. - H.S. General Metals;
H.S. Geography (Feb.).
Bryn Mawr, Pa. (The Shipley School)
-English (Sept.)
Deckerville, Mich. - J.H.S. English
(Feb.).
Midland, Mich. - H.S. English; Girls
Physical Education (Feb.),
New Lathrop, Mich.-Spanish (Now),
Petoskey, Mich. - J.H.S. English
(Feb.).
Rudyard, Mich. - Social Studies/
E~glish; English/French (Now).
Zeeland, Mich. - English/French (or
just English) (Feb.).
For any additional information con-
tact the Bureau of Appointments, 3528
Admin. Bldg., NO 3-1511, Ext. 489.
Personnel Requests:
State of Connecticut announces op-
portunities for Stores Supervisor, High-
way Engineer, Assistant Attorney Gen-
eral, Title Examiner, Senior Clinical
Psychologist, Typist, Stenographer,
Public Health Nurse, Dietitian, Labor-
atory Technician, Recreation Leader,
Occupational Therapist, Social Work-
er, Physician, and Psychiatrist.
State of New York announces exam-
inations for the following: Geology
Scientist, Zoology Scientist, Pharma-
cist, Electroencephalograph Technciani,
Assistant Instructor of Nursing Arts,
Principal Draftsman, Assistant Superin-
tendent of Construction, Bedding In-
spector, Motor Vehicle Inspector, Drill
Supervisor, Director of Community De-
velopment Bureau, Billing Machine Op-
erator, Senior Stores Clerk, Bank Exam-
iner, Superintendent of training school,
Director of Cottage Program, and So-
cial Work Scholarships and Internships.
Examinations to be held Jan. 17, 1959.
Applications accepted up to Dec. 19,
1958.
U. S. Civil Service Commission, Wash-
ington, D. C., announces the examina-
tion for Flight Operations and Air-
worthiness Inspector and Airways Flight
Inspector will extend the closing date
until further notice. A p p 1i c a t i o n s
should be filed with the Board of U.S.
Civil Service Examiners, Civil Aeronau-
tics Administration, Washington 25,
D.C.
Hamilton, Ohio, is accepting applica-
tions for the position of Sanitarian.
City furnishes and maintains car. BA
degree preferably in the sanitary sci-
ences. Exp. in public health desirable.
Must be U.S. citizen and must be be-
tween the age of 22 to 50.
U.S. Civil Service Examiners, Ord-
nance Ammunition Command, Joliet,
Ill., anonunces opportunities for Sta-
tisticians (Mathematical) for duty in
Federal Agencies in Ill., Mich. and Wis.
Associated Spring Corp., has avail-
able opportunities in Engineering, Pro-
duction, and Sales. B.S. and M.S. in
Mech. (especially automotive), Indus-
trial, Ch. Engr., and Metallurgical. Six
months concentrated training program
in all major functions of the business
before assignment,
Dundee Cement Co., Clarkson, On-
tario, Canada, has openings for Elec-
trical Engineers. B.S.E.E. and some ex-
posure to labor mgmt. courses in the
School of Business. Should be in upper
half of both his engineering and busi-
ness school classes. Young man, grad-
uate of June 1958, or a relatively ma-
ture graduate of 1959.
Spencer Kellogg & Sons, Buffalo, New
York, has opening for Chemical Engi-
neer. B. S. in Ch. Engrg. with military
obligations fulfilled.
U.S. Civil Service Examiners for the
Veterans Administration H o s p i t a 1,
Battle Creek, Mich. announces exami-
nation for Recreation Assistant. Ap-
plications will be accepted until furth-
er notice.
Armour Research Foundation of ll-
nois Institute of Technology, Chicago,
Ill., has openings for the following:
Electrical Engineers, Physicists and
Chemists ,Chem. Engineers, Ceramic
Engineers, Bacteriologists and Meteor-
ologists, Mech. Engineers, Metallurgists,
and Administrative Personnel.
Harvard University Medical School,
Boston, Mass., is in need of recent
college graduates with excellent chem-
istry to fill their research needs.
Tracerlab, Waltham, Mass., has open-
ings for the following: Electronic De-
velopment Engineers, Project Engineer,
Junior Methods Engineer, Staff Physi-
cist, and Physicists.
Reilly Tar and Chemical Corp., In-
dianapolis, Ind, needs Electrical, Civil,
and Mechanical Engineers for the En-
gineering Dept. to do structural, ma-
chine, and electrical design. There is
opportunity to gain experience, not
only in various engineering fields but
also to work closely with Development
and Production Depts. Exp. 0-3 yrs.
Age: 23-30.
Stevenson, Jordan & Harrison, Inc.
Management Engineers and Consult-

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ants, New York, N. Y,, is looking for+
men with 5-15 years industrial exp.,
either in industrial engineering or gen-#
eral management. Prefer an engineer
(industrial or technical) who has at-1
tendedsa graduate business school.
work in one of the following: N.Y.C.,
Chicago, Cleveland, or Calif.
Alexandria Hospital, Alexandria, Va.,1
is looking for a Director of DieteticsE
for their hospital. Desire someone who
is interested in relocating or a posi-
tion as director of a department.
National Cash Register Co., Dayton,
Ohio, is looking for a college graduate,
22 to 28, preferably with previous job(
exp., including some accounting to1
work in the Accounting Machine Sales1
Division in Gary, Ind. Must be able to
go into a two year training course. Aft-i
er the training course, the man willt
receive the equivalent of a degree of
Master of Machine Accounting.
Board of National Mission's of thet
United Presbyterian Church, announces
the following curent listing: Doctor.
Graduate Nurses, Laboratory X-Ray
Technician, Hospital Administrator,
Bookkeeper-Accountant, Adult Volun-
teer, Director of Christian Education,
Field Counselors, Librarians, Social
Workers, Residence Directors for Dor-
mitories, Institutional Management-
Office-Dietitians-Maintenance, Radio &'
TV broadcasters for Alaska, Stenog-
raphers, Secretaries, Typists, Ministers.S
Dow Chemical Company, Midland,
Mich. is looking for college graduates to1
fill the following positions: Advertis-
ing Visualizer. Background in commer-
cial art. Should be familiar with vari-
ous materials and aids used in produc-
ing displays and other forms of visual
presentations. Analytical Chemists. 36
hours of chem. minimum. Product
quality control, method development
and investigational work. Export Ad-
vertising Position. College graduate or
equivalent under 30. Industrial or agen-

cy exp. plus a working knowledge of
Spanish required. Understanding of
advertising procedures, methods and
media e s s e n t i a 1. Patent Attorney
Trainees. B.S. in Chem. or Chem..Engrg.
plus LLB or legal exp. General patent
work in the fields of Plastics, Magne-
silum, General Chemicals, Agricultural
Chemicals are some of the duties. Op-
portunities for beginners and experi-
enced men. Sales Trainees and Field
Salesman. Majors in science, engrg.
and business administration. Two yrs.
of chem. preferred but not a necessity.
The following opening is in a new tex-
tile fiber producing plant in W iliams-
burg, Va. Research Chemical Engineer,
Ph.D. Work involves engineering calcu-
lations. bench scale and pilot plant
equipment design, correlation of data
from pilot plant operation and some
economic evaluation.
For further information concerning
any of the above positions, please con-
tact the Bureauof Appointments, 3528
Admin., Ext. 3371.
Exhibit: Exhibits are held in the
Michigan Union opposite the Cafeteria,
Dec. 11, 1958, The J. L. Hudson Com-
pany will present a display,
Personnel Interview:
YWCA (Young Women's Christian
Association of America), Lansing, Mich.
Graduates: Feb., June. Location of
w-ork : Anywhere in the U.S. Women
wi th an AB or doing undergraduate
work in Physical Education, Recrea-
tion, Sociology, Psychology and related
areas for positions within the YWCA.
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Nineteen IUniversity faculty
members have been awarded re-
search fellowships for the 1959
Summer Session.
They are: John W. Baldwin of
the history department; Prof,
Leslie R. Bassett of the music
school; Prof. Deming B. Brown of
the Slavic languages department;
Jean R. Carduner of the French
department.
Other recipients were: John M.
De Noyer of the geology depart-
ment; Andrew G. De Rocco of the
chemistry department; Edward
Engelberg of the English depart-
ment; L. A. Peter Gosling of the
geography department; John S.
Griffin of the mathematics de-
partment; Prof. Donald Hall of
the English department.
GrowTo Hold
Unit Meetings
The Ann Arbor branch of the
League of Women Voters will hold
three unit meetings this week.
The first meeting will be held
at 8 p.m. today at the home of
Mrs. Arthur Carpenter, 2757 Elm-
wood.
Mrs. Russell Woodburne will be
the hostess at the second meeting,
which will be held at 9:00 a.m.
tomorrow at 2023 Devonshire.
The last meeting is to take
place at 8 p.m. tomorrow in the
home of Mrs. Samuel Rabinowitz,
501 Indianola.

Also given fellowshipWere:

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Prof. H. Wiley Hitchcock of the
music school: Prof. Harold K.
Jacobson of the political science
department; Prof. Raymond H.
Kahn of the medical school;
Frank S. Lambasa of the German
department; Prof. Donald A.
Ringe of the engineering college.
Further research fellowships
were awarded to: Prof. William G.
Robinson of the chemistry depart-
ment; David G. Shappirio of the
zoology department; Albert J.
Weber of the architecture school
and Prof. Nathan T. Whitman of
the architecture school,
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Monday, December 1, 1958, a pub-
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ber 4, 1958, at 7:30 o'clock p.m., in
the Council Chamber, City Hall
for the purpose of reviewing pro-.
visions of the proposed Urban Re-
newal plan for the North Central
section of the City of Ann Arbor.
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City Clerk
December 3, 1958

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